The Student Exchange Program works in conjunction with the Faculty Resource Network to provide opportunities for academic exchange to outstanding undergraduates of New York University and, currently, five Network institutions: Morehouse College, Spelman College, the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras campus, the University of the Sacred Heart in Puerto Rico, and Xavier University of Louisiana. Students accepted into the program spend a semester of full-time study at a host campus enjoying an experience unique to these richly historic institutions. The Student Exchange Program is offered during the spring semester of each academic year to students with sophomore or junior standing. Participating students reside in on-campus housing facilities engaging in various campus activities. Many students can satisfy major and other degree requirements while studying at one of the host schools by receiving prior written approval from their academic advisors. To learn more about the Student Exchange Program and opportunities to host students on your campus, contact us at FRN@nyu.edu.
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Based at New York University, the Faculty Resource Network (FRN) is a consortium of over 50 colleges and universities that provides professional development opportunities for its partner institutions. The FRN hosts symposia, seminars, and other programming designed to improve the quality of teaching, research, and leadership development at its member and affiliate institutions. Now in our fourth decade, our mission remains clear: to foster connection, collaboration, and collegiality through a partnership of colleges and universities dedicated to faculty development
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